Great leaders do not become great leaders over night. In her work with business leaders, Julie has found that leaders often go through several of these 7 critical failures that land them between a rock and a hard place. In this workshop, Julie will share each of these critical failures, how to recognize them, overcome each one, and prevent those failures from happening again. If you're a business owner this session and series is for you! Learning to lead as a business owner will help you drive your team and your business forward.
Speaker(s): Julie Bee Julie Bee’s leadership journey started early, at seven years old. Throughout her life and career, Julie has repeatedly found herself in leadership roles, even when her age or experience didn’t make her the obvious choice. In many of her speeches and talks, Julie gets vulnerable and shares her mistakes to help those listening become better leaders. In 2008, Julie founded a social media marketing agency and still leads the organization today, practicing her leadership principles centered on compassionate and empathetic leadership. She founded Lead from Anywhere in 2020, which helps leaders learn the skills to nurture and grow other leaders. Julie Bee is a graduate of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program and has been a finalist for several prestigious business awards. Julie has also served as chairperson on a board of directors where she led a team of 14 volunteer board members, and hundreds of other volunteers. In addition to her leadership roles, Julie regularly advocates to State and National legislature on behalf of small businesses. She also works with community colleges in the Charlotte-area to support and mentors locally owned, minority business owners. Julie's leadership principles and approach have been featured on The Helm, Authority Magazine, Thrive Global and many more.
Fee: No Cost
The Women's Business Centers of Charlotte and North Carolina are funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and are members of the Association of Women's Business Centers. The Women's Business Center of Charlotte is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the City of Charlotte.